There haven’t been many bright spots on the Boston Red Sox this season, but one player has emerged and appears to becoming the star the team hoped he was.
Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts is starting to blossom right in front of our eyes. Dan Roche and Tony Massarotti discussed on Monday night’s edition of Inside Baseball.
Was Sunday’s win just the spark the Red Sox need to turn it all around? Felger and Mazz aren’t convinced just yet, but there was one scene from Sunday’s win that stood out to them.
Tony Mazz admits he’s a bit of a pessimist, but in his mind there are 5 things to be happy about concerning the 2015 Red Sox.
The Boston Red Sox need a lot of things at the moment, but they could certainly use a little bit of luck on their side.
Xander Bogaerts blooped a winning single with one out in the ninth inning and the Boston Red Sox won a game that included a couple of much harder hits, edging the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 Friday night.
Xander Bogaerts may have the hottest bat in baseball, but he is out of the lineup for Tuesday night’s game due to right knee soreness.
Dan Roche brings you five keys for a successful 2015 season from the Red Sox.
“He spent the whole winter in Arizona for the most part, doing specific things that the Red Sox wanted him to do — getting stronger, getting first-step quickness — and it shows up on the field.”
The Red Sox have five ground-ball starting pitchers and one giant uncertainty at shortstop.